In 2009, Lori Lowes had no idea that her fourth-year undergraduate research project would send her down a path different than she had ever imagined. Fast-forward to 2016, and the young researcher is now graduating with her PhD.
Rolling the credits for another great year In his last message for the academic year, Alex Moszczynski, chair, Graduate Students Council, provides an event recap and thanks those who have contributed to the Council's success.
Staying in touch with his roots In 2012, Ibrahim Marwa watched his computer screen helplessly as a building was bombed right before his eyes. Seeing that strengthened his resolve to help the people of Syria — his plan once he graduates with the Master of Public Health Program Class of 2016.
Keeping a hand in translational research For Dr. Ruby Grewal, associate professor, Department of Surgery, there is nothing more rewarding than seeing the tangible effect of her efforts right before her eyes. In this Q&A, Dr. Grewal discusses the reasons she enjoys her work at the Hand and Upper Limb Centre and why she followed the specific career path she did.
Celebrating our achievements Congratulations to Julia Abitol, Dante Capaldi, Heather McGregor, Parima Saxena and several other graduate trainees and postdoctoral fellows at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry on their recent achievements.
Register for the Department of Psychiatry Academic Research Day The Academic Research Day will take place on June 23 from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. at Parkwood Institute's Mental Health Care Building. The day will feature oral and poster presentations from faculty, clinicians, researchers and trainees and a keynote address from Dr. Brian Mishara.
May tweets of the month Our community has some important things to say on Twitter. Catch up on the best 140-character thoughts from Khadija Sheikh, Doug Jones, Paula Foster, and other faculty and trainees during the month of May.
Top stories from May 2016 Current Affairs Did you miss the May 2016 issue of Current Affairs? Read the top stories on seven reasons why being a graduate trainee is great, unlocking secrets of the unconscious brain, and taking time to recognize your achievements.
Current Affairs to take a summer hiatus Current Affairs will be taking a hiatus for the summer months. Thank you to those who participated in this year's interviews and photo shoots — we enjoyed sharing your stories. During the coming months, we will be planning exciting new content to share with you in the fall.